This year, we want to put a different spin on fright night. Think fine lace and rippling velvet, leather leggings and black boots. Throw a hat into the mix and why not add a quirky bow-tie to a fitted white shirt? Swap fake blood and contrast contact lenses for edgy silver jewellery and glitzy accessories. We have seen black come back in recent years and with lace, smokey eyes and gothic glamour featuring as a major trend in our autumn/winter collections we wanted to create a Halloween style guide for those who want to inject a bit of style into their hallow’s eve get up.
Check out these Halloween-inspired outfits we have put together for you to have a fashion-forward night. Not only will they look frighteningly cool for your evening of trick or treating, but can also be taken beyond the ghoulish event. Not only are these looks great for a glamorous take on Halloween but also the perfect additions to your wardrobe for the party season. You can’t go wrong with sumptuous lace, elegant floral prints and a bit of glitter.
Ok, so you might not be doing a whole lot for Halloween, but if even if you are going out for a meal or a couple of drinks, you can still channel your inner vampire. Think leather leggings, Chelsea boots and quirky accessories. High have produced some beautiful pieces this season, this draped jacket in particular oozes a glam-grunge tone, perfect for Halloween.
Dinner Party Dress
The occasion is a dinner/drinks party; you need to look like you have made the effort but obviously remaining cool and collected. Try mixing casual and formal pieces, evening accessories with a toned down top; these statement heels from Sam Edelman ought to do the trick.
We are talking glitter and feminine silhouettes; the ultimate look for a haute Halloween. This beautiful Alice and Olivia co-ord set would make a stunning black-tie outfit, Halloween or no Halloween.
Whatever you are doing this Halloween, make sure you are like devilishly good.